Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
Finding Aid for the Carrie Jacobs-Bond Papers, ca. 1920-1930
647  
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (108.55 Kb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?

Container List

 

Books

Box 1

Fulton, Robert Edison. One man caravan. New York: Harcourt, Brace, [c. 1937]. (The author inscribes the book to Aunt Carrie).

Box 1

Sedgwick, S.N. The master of the commandery. London: Pearson, [ca. 1929] (annotated by CJB).

Box 1

Arnold, Julian B. Giants in dressing gowns. Chicago: Argus, 1942. (contains several pages of reminiscences about CJB).

Box 1

Verbeck, Blanche Harriman. Moods. Los Angeles: Nissle [c. 1943] (the author inscribes the book to My beloved Aunt Carrie Jacobs Bond).

Box 1

Irvine, Alexander. My cathedral. Belfast: Quota [1936] (annotated by CJB).

Box 1

Day, Holman. The ship of joy. [San Francisco: Schwabacher-Frey, c. 1931] (annotated by CJB).

Box 1

Thompson, Dave. Songs that mothers used to sing. Chicago: McClurg, 1931. (inscribed by CJB to her granddaughter).

Box 1

French, Edwin M.C. Senator Vest, champion of the dog. Boston: Meador [c. 1930] (presentation from the author).

Box 1

Hard, Margaret. This is Kate. New York: Holt [c. 1944] (For CJB from Jamie).

Box 1

Cooke, Marjorie Benton. Bambi. Garden City: Doubleday, Page, 1941. (presentation copy from the author).

Box 1

Packet of cards for the books from the CJB Collection which have been disbersed, showing their locations.

 

Manuscripts

Box 2

To the memory of a friend of mine (poem).

Box 2

The runaway couple (poem).

Box 2

Untitled poem, begins: Make light at hint of trouble...

Box 2

Untitled poem, begins: Dear God, our greatest living friend...

Box 2

Untitled poem, begins: Come in dear friend and rest a while...

Box 2

Santa Claus invites you to Beverly Hills Hotel (poem).

Box 2

Untitled poem, begins: Today I went to Fairyland...

Box 2

Untitled poem, begins: My first is a woman...

Box 2

A desert song (poem).

Box 2

A flying flag (poem by CJB and Harriet Miller McMinn.).

Physical Description: Typed.
Box 2

I believe.

Physical Description: (Framed poem, typed).
Box 2

2 descriptive pieces, untitled, dated 1929 and 1931.

Box 2

The life of Michael, a true story of a little dog.

Box 2

Medal of the Tenth Chicago and Music Festival, August 1939.

Scope and Content Note

(Also includes a scrapbook).
Box 2

Guestbook: First Annual Celebration of Birthday Anniversary of Our beloved Carrie Jacobs Bond. August 11, 1925.

Box 2

Tribute book from The Emplyees of Barker Brothers, Los Angeles, May 9, 1923.

Physical Description: (Autographs).
Box 2

Tribute book from The First Christian Church of Santa Barbara. August 11, 1934.

Physical Description: (Autographs).
Box 2

4 citations of honor.

Box 2

18 signed presentation photographs, 2 of Mrs. Bond, 1 motto.

Physical Description: (Framed).
 

Poems by CJB Published By Volland, Framed and Gift Boxed

Box 3

Ain't it funny.

Box 3

A friend.

Box 3

Here's to somebody, staunch and true.

Box 3

I love you truly, truly dear.

Box 3

My mother.

Box 3

Out in life's garden where sympathy grew.

Box 3

To you.

 

Manuscripts

Box 6

Music by CJB.

Physical Description: (In red morocco folder).
Box 6

I love you truly. (Orchestration for introduction).

Box 6

O haunting memory. (Orchestration by Adolf Tandler).

Box 6

My son (?).

Box 6

Dear pal of mine.

Box 6

I've done my work.

Box 6

Your song.

Box 6

Sunset.

Box 6

The soul of you. (Also orchestration).

Box 6

Robin Adair.

Box 6

Days on the lazy river.

Box 6

The forget-me-not.

Box 6

Democracy.

Box 6

A vision.

Box 6

Thankful, (Framed poem, lettered by Herbert Hollick, signed by CJB).

Box 6

3 citations of honor.

Box 6

Tribute poem by Margaret Woodin-Couché.

Box 6

12 presentation, signed photographs, among them Bispham, David and Jeritza, Maria.

 

Scrapbooks

Box 6

Item: no.1:
Carrie Jacobs Bond from Iron River Central School. Scrapbook of clippings, photographs, art work and verse compiled by the students and staff of the school on the occasion of Mrs. Bond's visit to the city, December 1938.

Box 5

Item: no.2:
Scrapbook of news clippings and birthday cards commemorating Mrs. Bond's 80th birthday. August 1942.

Box 5

Item: no.3:
Album of photographs of Mrs. Bond in chronological order.

Box 4

Item: no.4:
Photographic album of the Bond Shop - Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son, Publishers of music, Chicago consisting of interiors of the firm, an apartment, and samples of the houses publications.

Box 4

Item: no.5:
Album of autographed letters from celebrities and figures of note.